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    These are something between garlic nan and herby focaccia: dimpled, doughy and headily pungent. When lunch is cold and sparse – some sharp cheese, some sliced tomatoes, a green salad – these bring everything substantially, chin-droppingly together. (But please try making them one to eat with fried eggs and maybe some fried or grilled tomatoes.) The cook time is oven time and rise time.

    Recipe #120353

    This feather-light chiffon pie has the subtle but distinct flavor of watermelon; as well it should, since there are nearly three cups of watermelon juice in the filling. That juice is thickened with gelatin, and then blended with whipped cream and beaten egg whites to give the filling that airy chiffon texture we all love. The pie makes a luscious summer dessert for any gathering of friends or family. It looks cool garnished with watermelon balls, but don’t garnish until the last moment to prevent juice buildup on the plates. This recipe is best made at the height of watermelon season. Cooking time is fridge time.

    Recipe #120361

    I served these to a room full of Brussels Sprout haters…. they were shocked that the side dish they were raving about was actually a food they thought they disliked! The majority of the preparation work comes in removing the core and pulling the Brussels sprout layers apart. This is well worth the effort, as the tender leaves cook quickly and evenly to a beautiful bright green color, lightly glazed with olive oil and bits of crisp pancetta.

    Recipe #120480

    There is nothing better than baking with fresh strawberries. Fresh-picked strawberries and almond-flavored whipped cream make a mouthwatering filling for this special summertime cake roll dessert. This recipe is from Kim's New England Kitchen. You can make the cake ahead of time, refrigerate and fill an hour or so before serving. You can even freeze the unfilled cake roll for three to four weeks before using. Shaved chocolate or toasted sliced almonds are excellent as additional toppings.

    Recipe #121459

    Find the biggest, sweetest, freshest strawberries around and serve with stems on for a handle and start dipping. So light and delicious. The recipe comes from Gwendolyn's Bed and Breakfast Inn in Vermont.

    Recipe #121466

    This is such a simple way to add elegance to your breakfast table. This is what the Homestead Inn Guest House in Maine serves with their morning croissants and bagels. It is much better, of course, if you make it with homemade strawberry jam. I have made it with blackberry and raspberry jam as well. It is a little something that will make your guests think you are a kitchen genius. Serving Size is an estimate.

    Recipe #121467

    A Netherhill Strawberry Farm Favorite Recipe! I had never heard of deep frying strawberries....but they are really good!

    Recipe #121489

    A wonderful recipe using fresh strawberries from Netherhill Strawberry Farm in Australia. This recipe also yields a tried and true (and reviewed) great Blueberry & Cream Bread.

    Recipe #121490

    This torte is easy to make and so beautiful! Arrange the strawberries in a circle in the middle of the torte and gently press. Elegant and Decadent.... This wonderful recipe was found on a beautiful website: www.finedinings.com

    Recipe #121491

    This is a beautiful soup that can be used as a dessert course or a soup course. It is a special dessert with a romantic presentation. Perfect for wedding and anniversary parties or with Valentine’s Day dinner. From www.finedinings.com

    Recipe #121492

    This beautiful and delicious recipe is so unusual; it's perfect for entertaining. This is from Linda Larsen’s Guide to Busy Cooks.

    Recipe #121945

    This very elegant salad recipe is from Chef Willie White of New Brunswick's fabulous Algonquin Hotel. Chef White likes to garnish this impressive salad with edible flowers such as nastursiums or chive blossoms. The whole recipe title is Wild New Brunswick Strawberry Salad with Pepper Toasted Parmesan Crisps and Blueberry Dressing.

    Recipe #121951

    This great recipe by John Winkler of San Pedro, California, was a finalist in the 1997 California Strawberry Festival's Berry Off Cooking Contest.

    Recipe #121955

    This recipe(Pommes de terre Rôtis)is adapted from a cookbook, La pomme de terre: de la purée aux gnocchi. When I prepared this giant hash brown for my father, who considers himself somewhat of a potato guru, he couldn’t stop commenting on the superb flavor and the crunchiness. It made his day! Don’t leave out any ingredients and you’ll find the taste is worth the extra time.

    Recipe #126438

    I like the combination of sweet, nutty Gruyère and the slight sharpness of Parmigiano Reggiano in this galette. Sometimes instead of thyme, I use a slightly smaller amount of rosemary. For a special dinner, you can make potato galettes in individual tart pans. The amount of ingredients in the recipewill fill (with a little to spare) four 4-1/2-inch tart pans with removable bottoms. Baking times will be just slightly shorter, but remember, you can bake these ahead, remove them from the tart rings, and reheat them on a baking sheet. A mini galette makes a lovely bed for a slice of beef tenderloin with a little sauce.

    Recipe #126444

    While this is usually served as a tapa, it is too good not to eat as a main course. After trying the ones that were posted here on Zaar, I found myself still searching for the gambas we had in Barcelona. Finally I found the recipe with the flavor and creaminess of the dish we fell in love with in Spain! The same dish can be made with squid, cut into rings, or scallops. Serve with lots of warm crusty bread to sop up the sauce…. You will not want to waste a drop! (Make sure you are "warming" the olive oil and the butter, not cooking it off..... cause you'll want every last bit of it for the sauce)

    Recipe #127029

    A wonderful tasting and attractive hors d’oeuvre that can easily be made ahead of time, to be baked later. I sampled these at a friends art opening and had to have the recipe. Everyone was raving over how good they were and could not believe that she hadn't hired someone to make them.

    Recipe #127155

    These hors d'oeuvre were served at a gallery opening and were consumed before the host could put the tray down. This elegant hors d’oeuvre can be prepared a day ahead and baked just before serving. The stuffing mixture also makes an excellent filling for chicken breasts or fish fillets. Goes great with a nice bottle of Australian Shiraz. This wonderful recipe was found on a beautiful website: www.finedinings.com

    Recipe #127160

    I made this last night and it was outstanding! I originally tried the recipe b/c I only had an hour to cook a whole chicken, and since the recipe calls for the whole chicken to be pressed flat, it cooks in under an hour. Don’t forgo the sauce! It really made the chicken into a gourmet meal! I used olives stuffed with almonds since it did not specify what kind of stuffed olives. I found the recipe in Tom Bridge’s What’s Cooking – Chicken cookbook. Serve with salad greens and new potatoes for a great meal. You can use fat-free ingredients as well for a fat-free recipe according to the author. Also the recipe calls for it to marinate for 4 hours and I marinated it overnight…..

    Recipe #114803

    Chicken is surprisingly delicious when combined with fruit! This recipe makes a creamy sauce that is flavored with nutmeg instead of the traditional mace. The recipe calls for fresh ground nutmeg but I suppose you could use nutmeg from your spice shelf….just keep in mind… there is a BIG difference between the two! Once I discovered this I purchased a nutmeg grinder…and will never use nutmeg from a spice rack again….. I found this recipe in Tom Bridge’s “What’s Cooking…. Chicken” cookbook. You can add curry powder to the sauce (in step #5) and/or a little dry white wine or vermouth to the sauce (in step #3) for more flavors.

    Recipe #114955

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